Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has cautioned his new partner Benjamin Mendy that the Premier League represents a solid test contrasted with life in Ligue 1, and asked the French full-back to adjust to English football as much as quickly.
Mendy touched base from Monaco in a detailed £52 million arrangement and Toure, who has been at City since 2010, said the 23-year-old will bring an infusion of pace and energy to Pep Guardiola’s squad.
The France global showed up for Monaco as they won the title in 2016-17, completing eight focuses clear of closest challengers Paris Saint-Germain.
Mendy is no more bizarre to the weight of a sticker price, having moved from Marseille to Monaco for £11.5m in June 2016, and Toure upheld him to prevail at City.
“I know Mendy, since he’s French and he’s been playing for my previous club Monaco. I believe he’s a phenomenal player,” Toure disclosed to Sky Sports News.
“You will find in the Premier League how effective he is, how much vitality he has. This person is extremely energizing to see.
“I trust he will be fine in the Premier League, since it is such an intense association, and we as a whole know you have to adjust for a month or thereabouts, or a few players go on straight away.
“We will see. I trust he can adjust however much as could be expected in light of the fact that we don’t have time.”